Geek Feminism Wiki

Early uses

The first known use of the term "geek feminism" was in:

Bucholtz M (2002) Geek feminism. Benor S, Rose M, Sharma D, et al. (eds), Gendered Practices in Language (PDF link), Stanford, California: CSLI Publications.

Geek feminism blog and wiki

The Geek Feminism wiki was founded in 2008, and the associated Geek Feminism blog in 2009.

The history of the GF wiki and blog are documented in:

Generalised use

The term came into more generalised use by at least mid-2012, during the Geek feminist harassment at OSCON incident, when someone identifying themselves with geek feminism, but not a contributor to this wiki or the associated blog, harassed an attendee at OSCON.

Other organisations/groups/events using the name "Geek Feminism"

In August 2013 at Nine Worlds geek convention in London, there was a Geek Feminism track.

In August 2014, the Nerdy Girls Society/International Geek Girls Pen Pal Club held a Geek Feminism webinar (link goes to a youtube video).